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“80% of cancer patients suffer from harsh skin side effect as a direct result of treatment. That’s why, since 2008,
La Roche-Posay have made it their purpose to tackle the effects of cancer treatment on skin, working with
dermatologists, oncologists, and other experts in the field.* “

*Charles C., et al. March 2013. Impact of cutaneous toxicity associated with targeted therapies on quality of life.

Results of a longitudinal exploratory study. Bulletin du Cancer. Vol 100 N 3

* * Material developed with a number of partners including UICC, AFSOS, and MASCC

“80% of cancer patients suffer from harsh skin side effect as a direct result of treatment. That’s why, since 2008, La Roche-Posay have made it their purpose to tackle the effects of cancer treatment on skin, working with dermatologists, oncologists, and other experts in the field.** “

*Charles C., et al. March 2013. Impact of cutaneous toxicity associated with targeted therapies on quality of life.

Results of a longitudinal exploratory study. Bulletin du Cancer. Vol 100 N 3

* * Material developed with a number of partners including UICC, AFSOS, and MASCC


SKIN DURING CANCER TREATMENT

80% of cancer patients suffer from harsh skin side effect as a direct result of treatment*.
Some are even so extreme that they can cause patients to slow down or even stop their therapy entirely. But these consequences can be prevented and relieved before, during, and after treatment with simple skin protocols, such as cleansing, moisturising, and protective gestures.“

*Charles C., et al. March 2013. Impact of cutaneous toxicity associated with targeted therapies on quality of life.

SKIN DURING CANCER TREATMENT

80% of cancer patients suffer from harsh skin side effect as a direct result of treatment. *. Some are even so extreme that they can cause patients to slow down or even stop their therapy entirely. But these consequences can be prevented and relieved before, during, and after treatment with simple skin protocols, such as cleansing, moisturising, and protective gestures.

*Charles C., et al. March 2013. Impact of cutaneous toxicity associated with targeted therapies on quality of life.


WHAT IF YOUR CARING TOUCH COULD MAKE A DIFFERENCE ?

Touch. It has the power to do so much. It soothes. It comforts. It says all the things we want to say but
often cannot say, especially when you or a loved one are battling cancer. Caregivers already play such a central role, and with La Roche-Posay’s dermatologically tested products you can soothe skin while providing a comforting touch that can make a big difference.

WHAT IF YOUR CARING TOUCH COULD MAKE A DIFFERENCE ?

Touch. It has the power to do so much. It soothes. It comforts. It says all the things we want to say but often cannot say, especially when you or a loved one are battling cancer. Caregivers already play such a central role, and with La Roche-Posay’s dermatologically tested products you can soothe skin while providing a comforting touch that can make a big difference.

What does the McGrath Foundation do?

The foundation funds 200 McGrath Breast Care Nurses who support individuals and their families experiencing breast cancer. The nurses provide physical, psychological and emotional support from the time of diagnosis, throughout treatment. Support is available for anyone with breast cancer, whether you’re in public or private care. The McGrath Breast Care Nurses provide care and support for early or metastatic breast cancer Their support is absolutely free. Thanks to generous donations from the community, corporate partners and the government there is nothing to pay and nothing to claim back. For more information or find a nurse, visit the McGrath Foundation

What does the McGrath Foundation do?

The foundation funds 200 McGrath Breast Care Nurses who support individuals and their families experiencing breast cancer. The nurses provide physical, psychological and emotional support from the time of diagnosis, throughout treatment. Support is available for anyone with breast cancer, whether you’re in public or private care. The McGrath Breast Care Nurses provide care and support for early or metastatic breast cancer Their support is absolutely free. Thanks to generous donations from the community, corporate partners and the government there is nothing to pay and nothing to claim back. For more information or find a nurse, visit the McGrath Foundation

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